This collection consists of a journal kept by Robertson while a student at William & Mary in 1816. He mentions engaging in social activities within town, places within town such as the "Old Capitol," and sometimes refers to lectures. He frequently writes about women.
A typed transcription is included.
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Powhatan Roberton attended William & Mary in 1814/1815 and 1816. He was the brother of Wyndham Robertson.
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This journal was removed from the Faculty-Alumni File in 2016.
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